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Discover the Gems of the Saronic Gulf:
A 7-Day Charter Adventure

Sail through Crystal Waters and Coastal Beauty on
a Memorable Saronic Islands Journey

Embark on a captivating seven-day charter through the mesmerizing Saronic Gulf, where your clients will have the opportunity to explore Athens, Epidavros, Hydra, Spetses, Poros, Aegina, and return to Athens. This carefully crafted itinerary offers a perfect blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. Starting in Athens, your clients can immerse themselves in the ancient wonders of the Acropolis and delve into the vibrant atmosphere of this historic city.

As the journey unfolds, they will discover the awe-inspiring ancient theater of Epidavros, renowned for its remarkable acoustics and architectural brilliance. The picturesque islands of Hydra, Spetses, Poros, and Aegina await, each offering its unique charm. From the charming cobblestone streets of Hydra to the tranquil beaches of Spetses, your clients will be enchanted by the beauty and serenity of these island havens. In Poros, they can unwind along the enchanting waterfront, indulging in delightful cafes and taking in the idyllic coastal views. Aegina will captivate them with its ancient treasures, including the iconic Temple of Aphaia, and they can savor the island’s famous pistachios. With each destination revealing its own captivating allure, this seven-day charter in the Saronic Gulf promises an unforgettable experience, immersing your clients in the rich history, stunning landscapes, and vibrant island culture of Greece.

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Day 1: Athens - Epidavros

Epidaurus is an area of mainland Greece which is found at the Peloponnese region. The most important sight in Epidaurus Greece is the Ancient Theatre. Apart from the symmetry of this structure, the theater is unique because of its excellent state of conservation, which allows it to be still in working order. Another distinctive detail about this construction is the perfect acoustics. In fact, if you drop a pin on the stage, it will be heard even if your sitting at the last seats of the theater.

DEFINITELY VISIT:
Ancient Theatre • Little Theatre • Sanctuary Of Asklepios • Greek Festival • Αgricultural exhibition

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Day 2: Epidavros - Hydra

Hydra became famous all over the world in 1957 when the film “Boy on a Dolphin” was shot on the island with Sophia Loren leading the starring role; it is ever since that Ydra has been attracting the artistic, the wealthy and fashionable! A jet setter’s haven, it has been home to Leonard Cohen and other celebrities; time has been spent here by John Lennon, Peter Ustinov, Melina Merkouri and many others as this island’s jet set reputation is only second to that of Mykonos!

DEFINITELY VISIT:
Town of Hydra • Kamini fishing village • “Miaoulia” festival • Easter festivities

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Day 3: Hydra- Spetses

Cosmopolitan, historic and elegant Spetses lies at the southeast of the Argosaronic Gulf. It was named by the Venetians “isola di spezzie”, aka the “island of scents”. Its history, however, is much more exciting than that. Spetses is one of the Greek islands that played a major role to the Greek Revolution of 1821.

DEFINITELY VISIT:
House of Bouboulina • House of Hatzigiannis Mexis • Church of Panayia Armata • Cathedral of Ayios Nikolaos • Old Harbor • Kounoupitsa village

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Day 4: Spetses - Poros

Verdant Poros is small in size but generous otherwise. It feels like a coastal town, as it’s separated by the Peloponnese only by a narrow sea channel. At the same time, though, it boasts all of the qualities found in the Greek islands of the Argosaronic Gulf.

DEFINITELY VISIT:
Russian Dockyard • Temple of Poseidon • Monastery of Zoodochos Pigi • Lemonodasos (aka Lemon Forest) • Ancient city of Troezen • Theatre of Ancient Epidaurus

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Day 5: Poros - Aegina

Aegina Greece is a verdant island known for its great production of colorful pistachios. The Greek Island has a lovely capital full of fine neoclassical buildings and narrow alleys where one can enjoy fresh fish and excellent appetizers in the taverns of the fish market, in the heart of the town. The 5th century BC temple of Aphaia can be visited; it is located in an area full of olive and pine trees, overlooking the deep blue sea.

DEFINITELY VISIT:
Τemple of Aphea (daughter of Zeus) • Archaeological Museum • Agios Nektarios Monastery • Wildlife Hospital • Paleochora • International Music Festival • Pistachio Festival

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Day 6: Aegina - Athens

Visit the nearby Meteora, famous for the breathtaking Byzantine Monasteries. Discover the natural beauty and the cultural heritage of this area. Return to Athens late in the afternoon passing the heroic monument of Leonidas at Thermopylae.
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Day 7: Athens - flight back home

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